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Richard INGWE applies inter-/trans-disciplinary methods of spatial-regional development management –including (re)planning- for formulating solutions to sustainable development challenges. His eclectic professional and academic skills include natural resources management e.g. petroleum/energy e.g. electricity, forestry, geo-demography and population analysis for infrastructure development, among others. His recent development programme/projects and research interests concentrate on developing/managing plans aiming towards promoting downstream petroleum industrialization e.g. establishing and managing oil refining and petrochemical plants in sub-Saharan Africa including the region’s largest economy, Nigeria. He is experienced in working as a consulting expert with (sub)-national governments, international governmental organizations (UN agencies) in the foregoing, among other development issues on which he has submitted and/or published technical reports, academic research articles, and/or speaks about to public audiences.
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